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Isaiah 61:1

"The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners."

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Apr 20, 2015

10 Pitfalls of Divorce in a Digital World

Over the last 15 years, before the prevalence of email, Twitter and Facebook divorce has changed alot. Below are 10 things to consider if you are divorcing during this new “digital age.”

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Feb 26, 2015

When Children Have Heart Attacks

For years children have told me their hearts hurt. When I ask them where it hurts, they will lay their little hands over their hearts and say, “It hurts right here.” You might say these little ones are having heart attacks. We don’t usually think about little children having a heart attack.

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Nov 23, 2014

Should divorced parents be encouraged to spend Thanksgiving together?

A lot of people encourage divorcing parents to come together for a holiday like Thanksgiving. People think it is in the best interest of the children. The premise is to create the image of one big happy family. While that might seem to work for the adults for the most part it is not a good idea where the children are concerned.

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Krista's Blog

May 12, 2015


I woke up the other night in a panic. Every now and again I have a bad dream. It is always the same context, just differing situations. It consists of me attending an event, it can be a birthday party, a concert, a dinner, it really doesn’t matter where I’m at, it’s what happens when I am there that wakes me in a panic. I walk into a room and look around to find my husband, Jon (who passed away in 2012). I look everywhere but am unable to find him. This makes no sense because we were supposed to meet there. So I get on my phone and start calling him. I call and I call and it never goes through. The room starts to spin and the noise closes in on me and I begin to panic not knowing what happened to him. I then wake myself up screaming out for him in a panic because I can’t find him.

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Apr 21, 2015

Where Do I Go For Help

I remember the 1st months after my separation. I was working full time, raising 2 kids and doing all I could to keep it together. I needed someone to talk to, someone who would understand. I had many around me who were friends and family of both of us but I either felt like I couldn’t share how I was truly feeling or that they would not be objective enough to really hear me. It was a very lonely time. And sometimes because I had shared, more drama would enter the picture causing more issues to have to deal with.

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Mar 23, 2015


I have lived in Minnesota since I was 4. For the most part I’ve liked it, if I can overlook the freezing winters and mosquitoes in the summer. Every winter I wonder why I am still here. 

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Krista is courageous and real! She is more than capable of helping others in practical ways with empathy and care.

- Ann Johnson

If Krista is available to you to help you with your Journey Through Divorce, I say grab on and let her guide you through your own recovery and ultimate prosperity. Words can never define what Krista has meant to me!

- Margo Martin

Krista has allowed her own pain and healing through divorce to be used for God’s glory and the healing of others. I have been privileged to know Krista now for over ten years and have seen her willingness to be used by God.

- Rachel Rueckert

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